Aniruddh Rao KabbinaleResearcher
Computer Laboratory, University of Cambridge
University of Cambridge
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, UK
Email: ark54[AT]cam.ac.uk, aniruddh.kabbinale[AT]gmail.com
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Worked as Researcher at TCS Research & Innovation , Bengaluru.
M. Tech Thesis
Software defined networking(SDN) based controller for Wireless LAN
M. Tech Project, Guide: Prof. Abhay Karandikar (June 2015 - June 2016)
o Worked as an equal member of a five person team to implement a WLAN Controller that uses CAPWAP tunnel to communicate with APs(access points) running Openwrt.
Projects at IIT Bombay
o Study of 3GPP LTE handover procedure and effect of various handover parameters.
o Survey of various ICIC techniques and study of a mobility based enhanced ICIC technique. [Report]
o Implemented a 2x2 MIMO, adaptive modulation technique (abstraction of PHY layer) in TDD LTE simulator.
o Also implemented HARQ in TDD LTE simulator and compared throughput of HARQ and non HARQ transimissions by simulation.
o Studied the performance of TCP for different value of RTT, queue size, error rate and bottleneck bandwidth
o Studied different variants of TCP using ns3 simulations and live packet captures.
o Created a Virtual Private Network setup with two islands of private IP address spaces transparently connected over another network using iptable rules and tun/tap devices.
o Implemented single-process, multi-process and multi-threaded servers and established client-server communication using C socket programming.
o Analyzed RouteView's BGP Routing Table to determine unique Autonomous Systems and IP prefixes in the Internet.
o Used an algorithm from this paper for inferring customer-provider AS relationships.
o Studied effects of "charging for OTT services" on operators, users and also OTT applications providers using a model proposed by Walrand et al.
o Provided answers for a subset of questions posed in TRAI document on OTT based on the study.
[Answers to questions in TRAI Document.]